Posted Sunday, September 04, 2016 01:36 PM
So, this is a continuation of my first blog and as titled teams to fade. N. Illinois is a team that should have at least won the game and was suppose to be pretty good defensively. Wyoming ran all over them and N. Illinois is currently playing the toughest part of their schedule right off the bat. They must again go on the road and play a very very good defensive team in USF not to also mention a more experienced team. The following week they get their first home game of the year and I also realize that N. Illinois is 32-2 SU at home over the last six seasons I reflect back to game one on the year and say Wyoming ran all over their defense. San Diego st has a very great running back named Donnel Pumphrey who can run for days. They then will have a couple of cupcakes before playing two tough opponents in back to back weeks with at Western Mich and home against Central Mich. Buffalo is a homecoming game and then a bye week. Bowling Green could hang some point son them so if you're looking at around a TD or DD you might want to take the points. Toledo is after that and they could be a home dog for that game and could be the last good spot to take them because the last two games could have very inflated lines. Eastern Mich will have at least a halfway decent offense and if the defense has injuries or has not figured it out a four TD spread would look pretty good. Kent st has one of the best defenses in the country and with a struggling defense on the N. Illinois side of the... [More]
Posted Sunday, September 04, 2016 11:58 AM
Hello Again Sports fans!!! I'm posting this blog by request from a few friends. A lot of you know me as Wiseguy43 and I've spent the last 25 years capping games and trying to figure out a way to profit consistently. I have finally found this in college football baseball?? We'll see if things go the way they do next year. If you are in any of my baseball pools you will know what I'm talking about if you look at one particular pool. The money that I've profit on that screen is very close to what has been in my account since week 2 of baseball. I started in that pool week one otherwise they would be exact. Ok anyway I have a PR system that Has now profit me better than 5k in each of the last 3 seasons. What I would like to do is open this to any discussions to whatever you would like to talk about. So, far this season week one went as expected 7-12 but, that's pretty close to 2 of the last 3 years anyhow. I'm going to tell who my biggest movers were, teams on the rise, teams to fade, and my question mark team. First my biggest line movers of the week. Ohio-5/, Alabama+5/, Texas st+3/, & USC-3/. Teams that are on the rise, Houston, Tulsa, Wyoming, S. Miss, & LaTech. The first of these Houston who we all thought could very well be this good based on what we seen of them last year IS this good.Do Not be afraid to take this team laying the big number for the next 4 or 5 games. This actually will probably be the best time to bet them all season ( It will probably take that lo... [More]
Posted Friday, September 04, 2015 07:27 AM
A few games that I like for this evening. I do believe that Michigan st is going to get caught looking ahead in this game and I'm not one who uses that phrase a lot because I personally hate that saying. Truth of the matter is Michigan St is not going to risk having any injuries to key players so, expect them to lead the whole game, control tempo, & clock and milk out a two TD victory. I think Kent st pulls off the outright upset Illinois may be the worse team in the Big Ten this season. I think Boise St is giving too many points and Washington in my opinion is a much tougher opponent then Vegas is giving them credit for. My last pick for Friday night is the under for Baylor/SMU at 73/. I can see Baylor covering, & I can see SMU scoring 13 or less so, I feel more confident with the under because I can't see Baylor scoring more than 56 before calling off the dogs and in all honesty it may actually take Baylor a few possessions before they get going.